So I went through this whole phase when I was younger (not that long ago, only a few years, but I digress) where I came up with all these ideas for reincarnations of old literature characters in the modern world so that they could change their fates. This was an okay idea that didn't really get very far because it kinda felt like i was trying too hard. (Also, I came up with this whole thing before I realized Romeo and Juliet were just stupid teenagers running on hormones and knew each other for at least four days, at most two weeks.)
You all know the story of Romeo and Juliet, and they both died like idiots, but they were repeatedly reincarnated so that they could find each other again (in theory). However, their reincarnations were never remotely near each other until modern day.
Juliet died many violent deaths over the years, so her parents were very freaked out when she was born with all the scars of her past deaths on her little baby body. It was never like she fully remembered, it was like it was there in the back of her head all the time, telling her who she was, but just quietly enough that it couldn't be heard, but it could be felt. Over the years, she lost all hope at ever finding Romeo again and gave up on the notion of one true love.
On the other hand, Romeo never gave up, even though he saw wars and bloodshed, and he fought and he killed, but he never really gave up on Juliet. He always hoped he would find her again and never stopped loving her.
When they're reincarnated, in her senior year of high school, he becomes her LA teacher, they see each other, everything comes rushing to the front of their minds, they ignore each other until after school when he talks to her in private, and she tells him that she can't love him anymore and he says that he wouldn't dare make a move on her until after she's graduated, but loves her nonetheless and will never give up on her.
From there, I don't even know where the story went. I think they finally got their happily ever after (at least a year after she graduated, they started dating, that is). There were lots of ethical problems in this story for me. I don't even know, to be totally honest.
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So I went through this whole phase when I was younger (not that long ago, only a few years, but I digress) where I came up with all these ideas for reincarnations of old literature characters in the modern world so that they could change their fates. One of the best (but sadly, also the least developed) ideas, I was calling King: A Story. It was about Ila, reincarnation of Nimue, the Lady of the Lake, the one who gave Arthur his sword and (according to this story) Guinevere's (as seen here) identical twin sister.
According to the story, Arthur was supposed to marry Nimue, but accidently married Guinevere (everything was arranged, fyi), so Nimue had to go take her sister place, learn magic, and be able to do things that an oracle had foreseen long before their time.
When they're reincarnated, Ila remains blissfully unaware of the past until she moves with her twin sister (still Guinevere, but now named Eleanor, but called Nora) and their parents (now Igraine and Uther, Arthurs parents back then). At this school, pretty much every important player is there. The "true" version of the King Arthur story is retold, everyone finds out everyone else is hiding secrets not just from their past lives, but also in the present (mostly, king arthur/ haden is pretending not to remember because he doesn't know that anyone else does, and doesn't want to be called crazy).
Once Ila accepts that the sudden flashes and repeats of nightmares from her childhood are memories of her past life, Ila goes through her old dream journals, realizes that the handwriting is not hers, nor is the wording, and that every dream is in chronological order from start to finish. Ila even ends up making Morgan le Faye and Merlin (who are pushing her to remember) read them just so they know the pain that she went through watching her sister marry the man she loved, then proceed to cheat on him (with a maid, not Lancelot, but ironically enough is now his little sister), but on top of everything else, she had to do so in silence as part of her magical role, and when she broke that silence, she died a violent death and no one even realized where she had gone and what had happened. Until she shared these journals with Merlin and Morgan, they'd just assumed she'd gone back to her lake and never left.
I never finished the story, but I've been working on the plot a bit more recently because it really interests me and I really want to finish it someday. Even if reincarnation has been done to death.... was that a pun?
This is my oc Christine ,after she moves with her broke family to Paris . She falls in love with Suzako,but is heartbroken,when she discovers that he is in love with Briana. Christine was spoiled,selfish and mean as child ,but when she grows up ,she shows her kidness to Suzako. Christine dies ,while saving Suzakos life . He grands her her finnal wish .
Hestia (Ἑστία) never plays a part in any Greek myth. Even though she wasn't exciting enough to make it into their stories, the Greeks honored Hestia with their dinnertime prayers, asking her to bless their food and protect their homes. City-states had a central hearth dedicated to the goddess, where the fire never went out. She was the third of the virgin goddesses. To the Romans she was the patron goddess of the Vestal Virgins, who in the Temple of Vesta kept the hearth fire of Rome forever burning. Hestia is one of three virgin goddess, along with Athena and Artemis."
Vana: Called Queen of Blossoming Flowers and the Ever-young. She is the younger sister of Yavanna and wife of OromŽ. "All flowers spring as she passes and open if she glances upon them; and all birds sing at her coming." She dwells in gardens filled with golden flowers and often comes to the forests of OromŽ. Tolkien wrote about VŠna that she was "the most perfectly 'beautiful' in form and feature (also 'holy' but not august or sublime), representing the natural unmarred perfection of form in living things".